What is Germany?
Germany is a federal republic in Central Europe, east of France and west of Poland. It was divided into West Germany and East Germany (Warsaw Pact) during the Cold War (1946-1990), after its post World War II occupation.
The German Empire was formed from Prussia and the former Germanic Confederation states in 1871. It was succeeded by the Weimar Republic in 1919, and by the Nazi Reich from 1933 to 1945.
18th of January 1871, in the Palace of Versailles.
The Romans called the area that is now Germany, Germania. It is called Germany because English has Latin roots.
Yes. Germany more or less finally became a single unified country in 1871. In 1945, after Germany lost World War II, it was split into four parts, each part controlled by military forces from one of the four major countries that won the war (USA, UK, USSR and France). Berlin, the capital city, was split in the same manner. In 1949, three of those (the USA, UK and France parts) joined to become the "Federal… Read More
in the state of Baden-Wertenberg
No structure. Berlin was separated by the berlin wall.
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Germany has many, many universities. There is no institution called the 'University of Germany.
Prio to unification as the nation of Germany; the German states existed as a hodge podge of autonomous countries loosely unified under the name of the Holy Roman Empire.
Germany is situated in central Europe. To the North is the Baltic Sea, the North Sea. Here is a list of these countries: To the North: Denmark To the West: France, Luxembourg, Belgium, and the Netherlands (formally, Holland) To the East: Poland, and the Czech Republic. To the South: Austria, Switzerland.
Yes like any other country, germany can experience extreme cold fases in the winter. Temperatures can drop to -23°degrees as was in the winter of 2011.The lowest ever rekorded temperature in germany was rekorded at the Funtensee with - 42°, but that doesnt happen often. Some winters can be very mild without any inch of snow.
Germany is named after the Germanic tribes that settled in the area. The Romans referred to these tribes as the Germanic people.
A country cannot of course annex itself. You are possibly referring to the unification of Germany after the fall in 1989 of East Germany's Communist regime. The reason for that was, that West Germany and East Germany always had been one country before 1945. After Nazi Germany's defeat in 1945 the Allies divided it into 4 occupation zones with the intent to return government of those zones to the Germans after things had been put… Read More
Located in central Europe, Germany is positioned in both the northern and eastern hemispheres.
I guess you mean "Funkturm" in Berlin. It's a radio tower in Berlin build in the 1920s.
FI U.V. Lettering has been used to mark German Luftwaffe inventory. Flieger Unterkunft Verwaltung : flight barracks administration.
from north to south: Poland, Czech Republic
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Germany is its own country.
The German constitution is called the Grundgesetz. It translates in English to "Basic Law".
The Berlin Wall was constructed almost overnight. It started on August 12, 1961 and after just a few months had become 66 miles of concrete and 41 miles of barbed wire. The wall was constructed mostly because of the way Germany was divided after World War II. The Allies divided Germany into four sections: Soviet, American, British and French zones of occupation. In Berlin, the eastern side was occupied by the Soviet Occupation and became… Read More
Not physically. After the fall of the Berlin wall the country was reunited and now maintains a single government. However, due to the rift created by the wall and the opposite countries that controlled each side, there is still a large psychological difference between eastern and western people in the country.
When there was an East Germany. East and West were commonly used terms for two separate states during the Cold War, their real titles were Federal Republic of Germany (for the west and Germany as it is now) and German Democratic Republic (for the east). In 1990 Germany was reunified after the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. For further informations you should read wikipedia articles about the states and the Cold War. Of… Read More
Meatloaf is a dish made in nearly every country of the world--it is not particularly German.
Yes. Germany also known as Bundesrepublik Deutschland (The Federal Republic of Germany) has been a country known as Germany since 1871. It has gone through several interations until its current form in 1990
No. Please look at a map of Europe or Germany.
Germany is a federal republic divided into 16 different states. The proper name for a German state is "Bundesland" (plural: "Bundesländer"). The cities of Berlin and Hamburg represent two Bundeslandär in their own. The city of Bremen together with its seaport Bremerhaven also form a state. Besides the three above mentioned city-states the remaining 13 Bundesländer and their relative capitals are (from south to north and from west to east): Baden Württemberg (capital:Stuttgart), Bavaria (Munich)… Read More
Würzburg is in Franconia, Northern Bavaria.
Germany was reunified in 1990.___Germany first became a nation-state in 1871.
No, but it was between 1949 and 1989.
Germany Is by France, Switzerland and Poland.
Holager Germany isn't anywhere because there is no city in Germany that is called Holager. There are, however, plenty of people in Germany named Holager.
Graswehrhagen Germany isn't anywhere, because unfortunately there isn't a city in Germany called Graswehrhagen. There are plenty of other cities, however.
East Germany no longer exists, but when it did, it was definitely not democratic.
Midnight on 9 November 1989
Germany's government is a representative, parliamentary democracy and a federal republic consisting of 16 states. The parliament consists of two chambers, the Bundestag which is directly elected every four years, and the Bundesrat which is made up of representatives from the 16 state governments. The government is formed by the party or coalition that has the majority of votes in the Bundestag. It is headed be the Bundeskanzler (Chancellor) and a cabinet of ministers. The… Read More
the capital of Germany is Berlin. Berlin
Germany is a major world economy with a rich history in literature, philosophy, and science, and the country has played an important role in European history.
I'm not happy about the word disgrace. However, the obvious answer is the Nazi period. It's something that many Germans feel is a 'burden' that they have to live with. Bear in mind that the vast majority of Germans alive now were born after the end of World War 2; many others born earlier were far too young to play a part in World War 2. Yes, the Nazi period is always at the back… Read More
Many observers believe that WW2 and Hitler's rise to power would not have been possible had not the Allies left Germany in such a mess after WW1. This is why we helped rebuild Japan after WW2. It produces very smart cars-BMW, AUDI, Mercedes, VW , Porsche, etc - as a consequence of its reputation for quality engineering.Germany (82 mio. inhabitants) exports more goods than the U.S. (over 300 mio. inhabitants)
The Chancellor (currently Angela Merkel) is head of the administration. The German President, whose powers are largely ceremonial and very limited, is the official head of the German state but he or she does not exercise political power and acts instead more as a figurehead (cf. the Governor General of Canada). The Chancellor is basically the same thing as a prime minister as in other countries (e.g. Great Britain, Canada). Angela Merkel is the current… Read More
a federal republic
Germany is famous for various reasons. The Berlin wall is Germany's most famous structure. Albert Einstein, Bruce Willis, Anna Frank are all Germans.
life i eastern Germany when the Berlin wall was up was horrible. they were treated like robots. they had to do everything the state said. And without asking any questions. Its like the state had the controllers to the robots and the people were the robots!!!!!!!!!
The event immediately after Hitler came to power in 1933 to make Germany strong again.
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